Clones, County Monaghan

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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CLONES, CO. MONAGHAN

Sixty-four miles from Belfast.
Is a Market Town.
Market days are held on Thursday and Friday, and the Fair on the last Thursday of each month.
Grass seed market held on every Tuesday during season.
Population, 2,068

POST OFFICE,The Diamond

—Mr. Nicholson, Postmaster.
Letters from Dublin and South of Ireland, also from England and Scotland, arrive every morning at 3-40 a.m., and are despatched every evening at 2-15 and 8-50 p.m.; letters from Belfast and the North of Ireland, also from Scotland, arrive at 10-30 a.m., and are despatched every evening at 2-15 and 8-50 p.m.; letters from Enniskillen and the West of Ireland arrive at 3-40 a.m. and 10-30 p.m., and are despatched the following day at 5-5 and 8-50 p.m.
Clones Dispensary—Registrar of births and deaths for district, Wm. Henry, M.B., B.Ch., T.C.D., registrar; John Beatty, L.P.S.I., assistant & deputy registrar; Mrs. Conlon, midwife; Mrs. M'Caffry, caretaker
Registrar of Marriages—James Wilson, registrar; John Wilson, assistant registrar
Clones Fire Brigade, The Diamond—M. E. Knight, captain. Members—Terrence Neill, Patrick Neill, Joseph Neill, John Hughes, Thomas Johnston, William White, John Malloy
Bank of Ireland, Diamond—H. E. Swayne, agent
Northern Bank (branch office), Diamond—T. J. Gilchrist, manager
Ulster Bank, Diamond—A. W. Oram, manager
National School, Churchill — D. Gorman, teacher
National School, Newtownbutler road—J. Gilmore
Methodist National School—D. Wildman, teacher
Clones Union Hospital—Miss Quigley, head nurse; Miss Logan, assistant nurse
Clones Urban District Council—Dr. E. Tierney, chairman; Edward Brady, vice-chairman; other members—M. E. Knight, James Clinton, Patrick M'Elroy, Peter Murphy, Thomas Noble, John O'Reilly, James Kelly, town surveyor; John Robinson, town clerk; Wm. Travers, town sergeant
Union Workhouse—Board of Guardians—Counties of Monaghan and Fermanagh—Sixteen electoral divisions—Board meets on Thursdays. John Maguire (Newtownbutler), chairman; Joseph Maguire, vice-chairman; Edward Maguire, clerk and returning officer; William Henry, M.D., medical officer; B. Murthugh, master; Miss E. Murphy, schoolmistress; Mrs. Murray, matron
Clones Rural District Council (No. 1)—John Smythe, J.P., chairman; Edward Moore, vice-chairman
Clones Rural District Council (No. 2)—John Smith (Rosslea), chairman
Fever Hospital—Doctor W. Henry, medical officer; Miss M. Martin, nurse
Courthouse Keeper—Miss L. Sloan
R.I. Constabulary Station, Diamond—Head-Constable Johnston; Sergeants Patrick Magarry and Wm. Napier. W. J. Davis, D.I.
Resident Magistrate for County Monaghan—Maxwell Scott Moore, Ballynure house

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Diamond—-Rev. J. Ruddell, rector; Rev. J. Jackson, curate. Diocesan curate, Rev. W. L. Fenton. Services—12 noon and 7 p.m.
Presbyterian Church, Stonebridge—Rev. P. W. White, minister
Presbyterian Church, Clones—Rev. Samuel Currie, B.A. Services—12 noon and 7 p.m.
Presbyterian Church, Ballyhobridge—Rev. John M'Cay
Presbyterian Church, Newbliss—Rev. J. Smythe
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Whitehall St. —Rev. J. Sherwood, minister; Rev. Daly, assistant. Services—12 noon and 7 p.m.
Roman Catholic Church—Rev. Canon O'Neill, Rev. P. Gormley, C.C.; Revs. M'Amee and Maguire. Mass—8 and 11 a.m.; evening services, 5 p.m.; vespers, 7-45 p.m.
Gospel Hall—J. Nicholl. Service—12 noon

INHABITANTS

Armstrong, John, Clonagun house
Armstrong, Miss, Clonheehan
Armstrong, Thomas, Woodbine cottage
Atkinson, Miss, Scotshouse
Bamford, Edward, Lisnaroe
Betty, Rev., Clogh Rectory
Brady, Edward, Dromar house
Clarke, Mrs., Gleer
Clones Orange Hall and Protestant Club—M. K. Knight, president
Conway, Rev., Drumully
Crozier, J. G., Gortra
Cullen, Rev. J., Methodist Manse
Currie, Rev. S., The Manse
Daly, John, Mullnamoy
Darcy, S. A., M.B., B.Ch., Etna lodge
Day, Right Rev. Dr., Lord Bishop of Clogher, Bishopscourt
Erne, Right Hon. Earl of, K.P., Crom Castle
Ferguson, William Nixon, The Leger
Fitzgerald, Mrs., Clonavilla house
Galway, Miss, The Studio
Gass, Mrs., Fortview
Gillespie, J., L.K.Q.C.P.I.
Graham, George F., auctioneer and cattle salesman, Millbrook house; office, Fermanagh street
Haire, Major, Armagh Manor
Hamill, R. H., J.P., Bessbrook
Heatherington, Miss A., Irish lace manufacturer, The Knox, Magheraveely
Henry, William, M.B., B.Ch., T.C.D.
Hoskins, The Misses, Altertate
Jackson, Samuel, J.P., Cara house
Kennedy, John, butter merchant, Fermanagh terrace
Kerr, The Misses, Tranquilla house
King, Miss, Clonboy
Knight, A., The Mills, Annalore
Knight, M. E., solicitor, Diamond
Knight, Miss B., Curcimmons
Little, Mrs. T., Clonfad
Lunney, John, Clonmackin house
Macluoy, K., Clonkirk cottage
Madden, Major J. C. W., Hilton park
Madden, Mrs., Roslea Manor
Moore, Maxwell Scott, R.M., Ballynure house
Moorehead, Messrs. Robert, John, & Joseph, Clonkelick
Moore, John, Cloncorn house
Murphy, Henry, Clontivern house
Murray-Kerr, Miss, Newbliss house
M'Dermott, Mrs., Sunnymeade
M'Kenna, Patrick, Mount Salem
M'Kenna, Mrs., Mountpleasant
Nicholl, Wm. Thomas, Stirling lodge
Nicholson, William, Lager house
O'Connor, Rev.
O'Neill, Venerable Lawrence, Clonkeen
Owens, Mrs., Clonfad
Parke, W. A., solicitor
Porter, Miss, Killycoona house
Pringle, Mrs., Diamond
Pringle, Henry, Clonboy house
Richardson, Major H., Summerhill house
Robertshaw, R., Clonkeen
Ruddell, Rev. J., The Rectory
Sherwood, Rev. J., Methodist manse
Smith, Felix P., Johnstown
Smith, John, hon. secretary Clones Farming Society
Stack, Right Rev. Dr., Knockballymore Castle
Stoddard, Mr., Farmhill
Storey, James, Daisy cottage
Stratton, John, secretary Clones Farming Society
Swayne, H. E., Bank of Ireland, Diamond
Thomson, Mrs., Glenvar
Tierney, Edward, M.B., B.Ch., R.U.I., J.P.
Whitsitt, Mrs., Roslea

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